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Every day, two Bangladeshi workers die in Malaysia

SPECIAL REPORT | Aged between 18 and 32 years, most of them die of heart attacks and stroke.

by Haider Ali, Kaler Kantho
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At RM4,000 per head, Bangladeshi workers juicy prey for brokers

SPECIAL REPORT | Undocumented workers pay 'legalisation' fee to brokers, who take advantage of gov't scheme.

by Kaler Kantho & Malaysiakini
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Are we talking about race and religion more under 'new' Malaysia? Yes, data shows

SPECIAL REPORT | This is based on Malaysiakini’s analysis of Dewan Rakyat debates and media reports before and after GE14.

by Aidila Razak & Lee Long Hui
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'Was Singapore rushing to hang my brother?'

SPECIAL REPORT | Pannir Selvam’s family is on a mission to save him from death row across the Causeway.

by Annabelle Lee
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Could a new electoral system make politics more moderate?

SPECIAL REPORT | Aussie academic Benjamin Reilly believes the preferential voting system can compel parties to seek broader support and promote centrism. 

by Wong Kai Hui
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Revisiting the VK Lingam tape

SPECIAL REPORT | With regard to the judiciary’s integrity and independence, has the root of the malaise been addressed?

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Lifting the shroud of secrecy to ease May 13 victims' trauma

Those affected by the riot still struggle 50 years on, underlining the need for more safe spaces for sharing and healing.

by Malaysiakini Team
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50 years on, seeking the path to reconciliation after the May 13 riots

How might Malaysia close this dark chapter of history, using lessons from abroad?

by Wong Kai Hui
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Risking my life to save my neighbours on May 13, 1969

‘I slammed the brakes and prayed the car would stop. When it did, I felt the muzzle of a gun on my temple.’ 

by Tham Seen Hau
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Murder and mayhem in Kampung Baru - my May 13 story

‘Hysterical, I tore my shirt and started screaming, ‘Let them go! Kill me!’. Fifty years on, I can still smell the blood.’ 

by Aidila Razak and Tham Seen Hau
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Bullied, separated - national education failing Orang Asli children

SPECIAL REPORT | What is taught to them in school is alien and unrelated to their way of life.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Once deemed 'wildlife', Orang Asli still face condescension

SPECIAL REPORT | This attitude is the root of policy affecting land rights, assimilation and cultural survival, says an expert.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Orang Asli voices may go silent as languages face extinction

SPECIAL REPORT | As many as six smaller aboriginal groups in the peninsula risk linguistic extinction due to assimilation.

by Martin Vengadesan
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On the trail of defectors post-GE14

TRACKER | Our special page will help you keep track of the ever-changing allegiances in Parliament.

by Lee Long Hui
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Teeing off in a forest reserve

SPECIAL REPORT | Part of the Sg Pulai Forest Reserve is being transformed into the Forest City Golf Course Resort.

by Wong Kai Hui
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Firing and hiring of an MB - Lessons from the Perak crisis

SPECIAL REPORT | Experts share their views on laws that could prevent such events from resulting in political uncertainty.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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